Blue Self Storage Raises £20,000 For Prostate Cancer Charity

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LEADING container storage provider blue self storage has raised £20,000 for Prostate Cancer UK, continuing its legacy of supporting charities and the local community.

The landmark has been reached as the firm celebrates the recent opening of its Bridgend operation, and is finalising plans to open a facility at Gloucester.

Dean Daly, Operations Director at blue self storage, said: “Prostate cancer is a huge health concern affecting many men locally and nationally, and we really want to play our part in combating this disease. We feel companies like ours have a duty to support local communities and this is one way that we can do that.

“We believe in the power of giving back, and our commitment to supporting prostate cancer awareness and research reflects our core values.

“Our sadly departed founder Nick Williams established our tradition of supporting causes that will have a meaningful impact on the community. It is an honour to continue his legacy of philanthropy.”

Originally Cardiff Self Storage, the company was founded in 1988 and has been recognised for its ethos to give back to the community that has supported its growth and success. Now, under the new name of blue self storage, the ethos remains as prominent as ever.

In addition to its ongoing efforts for Prostate Cancer UK, blue self storage is committed to supporting a wide range of charities, such as Cerebral Palsy Cymru and City Hospice, and various other local community groups.

blue self storage was the winner of the UK Container Site of the Year 2023, and provides secure self storage facilities at four sites in Cardiff, Bridgend and Tyneside.